As the Yemen conflict continues to rage on, the country’s time zone is changing.
As of Tuesday, Yemen is moving the time zone from UTC to UTC+3, making it move from +3 to -3 instead of the usual +2 and -2.
The change comes at the same time that the government of Yemen announced it will not renew the countrys current time zone designation for the first time since 2010.
The change will affect over 3 million people, and could cause confusion for some, particularly in countries like the United States and Canada that use GMT+1 as their standard time zone.
Yemen’s change is expected to impact people’s ability to travel, work and even travel to and from the country, with the impact likely to be felt by those who travel through the country.
The move is a bit of a surprise to many.
Yemen has a long history of time zone changes, dating back to the 1970s.
Since then, Yemen has had one time zone for the rest of the world, and that has been UTC+1, the United Nations standard time.
The Yemeni government initially announced it would not renew its current UTC+2 time zone in 2019, but it decided to move to UTC-3, the time in Yemen that has long been the unofficial time zone of Yemen.
The official time zone change, however, has not yet been officially announced by the government, and is expected in a month or two.
It will likely take some time to make any changes to the country or its citizens, but Yemen is hoping that it will be the first country to make the change, with international pressure on the country to do so.